The Sequoia Project, selected by ONC as the Recognized Coordinating Entity (RCE) for the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA), has released a new resource to help healthcare organizations comply with the Common Agreement’s flow-down obligations.
The “Informational Resource for Flowing Down Common Agreement Provisions Into Framework Agreements” (TEFCA Flow-Down Resource) aims to help qualified health information networks (QHINs), participants, and subparticipants in compliance with the Common Agreement’s required flow-down obligations.
Required flow-down provisions ensure that QHINs legally bind TEFCA participants to specific terms and conditions of the Common Agreement. Flow-down requirements also ensure that participants and subparticipants, and subparticipants and downstream subparticipants, are legally bound by these same terms and conditions of the Common Agreement…
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